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Jesper Rindom Jensen is and Associate Professor in the Department of Electronic Systems at Aalborg University, Denmark. Born in Ringkøbing in 1984, he pursued his academic journey at Aalborg University, where he received both the M.Sc. (cum laude, 2009) and Ph.D. (2012) degrees. His academic career is complemented by extensive international experience, including positions as a Visiting Researcher in Canada, Germany, and the UK.

At the heart of his professional career is the Audio Analysis Lab at Aalborg University, which he has headed since 2023, and been a member of since its inception in 2012. His research primarily focuses on signal processing theory and methods and artificial intelligence applicable in audio processing, and he has worked on different applications of this such as noise reduction, spatial audio, robot/drone audition, beamforming, tracking and localization, etc.

He has authored over 100 peer-reviewed papers and co-authored two books: “Speech Enhancement – A Signal Subspace Perspective” and “Signal Enhancement with Variable Span Linear Filters”. His commitment to the field is further underscored by his former and current roles as an Associate Editor of the EURASIP Journal on Audio, Speech, and Music Processing and a member of multiple IEEE and EURASIP technical committees.

Earlier recognized as an AAU Talent for emerging research leaders and supported by a competitive postdoc grant from the Danish Independent Research Council, he continue to contribute to and lead advancements in audio signal processing. He is dedicated to fostering innovation and excellence in research, mentoring the next generation of engineers and researchers in this dynamic field.


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